For Advert placement, Graphic Design , Website development, or you just want to hear my awesome voice, feel free to Contact me on +2348060094230 or add me up on bbm:21CCE20D | E-Mail:

Monday, 13 January 2014

US Condems Nigeria For Same-Sex Marriage

The United States today criticized Nigeria for approving a law that punishes same-sex marriage with prison, because the law will restrict basic human rights.

According to their Secretary of State, John Kerry, United States was “deeply concerned” by Nigeria’s new law which “dangerously restricts freedom of assembly, association and expression for all Nigerians. The act “is inconsistent with Nigeria’s international legal obligations and undermines the democratic reforms and human rights protections enshrined in its 1999 constitution.”

“People everywhere deserve to live in freedom and equality. No one should face violence or discrimination for who they are or who they love,” Kerry said.

Anyone who is caught in same-sex union will be jailed for 14 years, the new law states.

Follow me on Twitter: @peter_okhiria


  1. What if their punishment was for them to be executed mschew

  2. Evil men..why can't they mind their street gun problems.

  3. Irate nonsense shey na them get country criticize .. Abuse . Blame US as a country that will not change the law that has been passed.. We have our on heritage and culture as a nigerian and as an African atlarge.. Thumps up to MR president

  4. Stupid pple, must we always behave like them? We r Africans, we av custom n tradition which is against same sex marriage. We r also christians we believe in what God said "one man one woman"

  5. I believe being gay is never natural it's an act developed due to environment and situation

  6. Mr Kerry, Thanks but No thanks. If same sex marriage was good, all US states will makes it legal. It's alien to us here and we will not encourage or tolerate it. It's against God and against pro-creation. Just as human write is not basic to terrorists and hardened criminal, homosexual are ban.

  7. The secretary of Nigeria should talk back, do we even have one. lol

  8. hmmm. peter you seem so quiet about this. i was expecting to see your usual criticizing comments. dont tell me you're in support of this

    1. thats true sha. its people like you that should come out and speak against these laws. people with blogs linda ikeji, sdk etc. celebrities aswell. people should have the right to be with whoever they want


Bare Your Thoughts Here. Just "Comment As Anonymous" If You Do Not Have Account